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A SENSIBLV, VlEW.—The New York
.Tournat of Arnim:me, while reminding
its readers that General Grant was not
its choice for the Presidency; protests
against 'two, forms' of opposlition'tb his
administration. It says: • '
" The.one is represented by the Net or
York World, which before the inago all
ration openly avowed its •enmity of ea,
promised unceasing and tincomF kinds of
lug hostility to the new ine henerit of
without regard to his methot ay feet dis-
We do not think that a ve'with money
party fealty requires of,,tlowagehiSelves.
ted party;organ -profess
faro against a success ver many other- gee
we believe that de.
we be content to plod
ties are thorough
been doingthe respon-
The other is ~EO charged to us, and the
Sun., York ?aerations,
who are to reap the
pathy mithather the tares we 'so, will
now i°so or'o b babilit credit it to the y parties
m r is,l,lllem it belongs. Should another
43 , "ni - aco be built here, it will, be upon a.
'Wadi larger scale than the one we have
'' now, and the benefits will be propor
tionately greater, but Mansfield will
not expect to monopolize the " loaves
and fishts." The entire county wilt be
-benefitted' and the State enriched. The
successfuljprosecution of any business
enterprise only adds to our wealth as a
I have not a dollar invested ' in the
iron works here, neither am T; in their
employ, nor would I betray the,t.onti
dence reposed in me touching their in
ternal workings, if r did not feel that it
is a duty to expose those who for selfish
motives, abuse the franchise the people
have granted them, taking advantage of
the monopoly the people as a- State,have
given them, to extort gain ; the furnace
company are not the only ones who
suffer by the narrow policYnf the ,T. R.
R. Co., or that arc watching for a con
venient day of redress.
I have engaged your attention alrelidy
too long for one, letter, and begging
your kind indulgence, I will close with
the promise that you may ' hear oceas
sionally from S. M. A. X.
TII OAPTAIN'S DM:MI:MICR
We were crowded in the enbj n
:jot a soul would dare to e!te . .lp
It was midnight on tho waters,
And'a storm was on the deep.
'Tis a, fearful thin; in winter
F haltered by the awe, :
Aud Lo hear the rattling trumpet
Thunder, f " Cut away the mast."
So WO shuddered there in silrnee ;
For the stoutest held hiy breath,
While the angry Pea was rearin.z•
And the breakers talked or death
As thus we eat in darkness,'
Each one busy' with his prayers,
•' We are lost,'` the captain shouted+
As he 'staggered down the
But his l i ittle tinnghter t a hisp,t( d,—
Ae slid took hi, icy hand,
" Gad tapuil the wat,:r,
Jae On game Ite un tln , hart?"
That lin ki,ed the Hale inai,h•n,
And he ,polto bet,ter sheet ;
And we itnehnred iu Ole harCni
When the ilium uu I
l shintnq clear.
Jame; 'l'. 17,1,1.
Senuio Dtsr.A.sEs.--header ! have
you a mite, one solitary atom of com
mon sense? If you have, be persuaded
to make a healtlical use of it, and coin
/tient:Et on the instant. As soon as spri ng,
hegins to set in, almost everybody has
more or less a feeline. or lassitude;
th(qt , is less buoyaney,•ress or appetite,
less disposition to exereise ; sonit• arc
so indisposed that they have to ket:fli in
the heut•e, and ottother. ta4e tio, , ir
lie , L. ill this im your owl. fAult ;
heeati , :e you have got no ton a
par: tele or it, or if y o u have, you do ties
wake use ot it. You can readily wi
der:4amd that how, as the a eitthe. is
Warmer, you do riot require t !Mich tire
in the house • a tot may be you are Woo
&ring xvny the servants will per,ist in
utakiuti the‘liouse hotter twit shit" in
, the depth of winter- '
they ale only
hu'rning as touch fuel how as: to mid-
Win ter, and they have not I lie seine to
know this, or at least they du Hot. c;ill3
LO tliiuk. The butotto 'body is a house
to he kept warm ; au,l , to be
its heat musk tie maintained at the .-:tme
temperature the year routid—that is,
ninety-six degrees. The fr:totuatili is, in
' a sense, the furnace ; the food put into
it is the fuel ; the lungs set it• on tire.
Why, then, do you eat in warm weath
er as much as you do in cold weather?
Ou a spring day, when scarcely any fire
is needed in the house, you cram us
much fuel into yo stomach as in the
depth of winter. You see that you have
Not as much sense as Biddy ; she is only
trying to burn up your house, you are
trying to burn yourself with fever. A
baby not three months old has too much
sense to poke Its little finger into shy
candle twice; yet you are poking yran•
- • whole gluttonous hulk, head forew.nost,
every day into the furnace, - and '•y•et, ac
, tunny don't know what hurls 'you. You
• don't think, or, if you do, tttey are such
diluted, milk and watev (.• thinks" that
nAlime a load would l ou a bad bargaTh
to the purchaser,
In adult life the food we eat serves
two purpoo eB_, . it sustains !and keeps
• w', llll - 1, .For the hitter objects,. Meats,
oil":„ butters, gravies and sweets' are
used ; hence In warm weather, a coin
, partitively small amount of these things
should be eaten; but in their place take
breads, fruits, vegetables, melons and
, berries. Nature's instincts call loudly
for the acids of
_berries and fruits, and
for the earliest tender vegetables, the
"greens" and the salads ot' our gar
deners. It is because they have no heat
ing quantities ; they are rather " cool
ing" in their nature. They who spend
much of theh• time Indoors would en
joy an exemption from a great many
• bodily diseorxtforts, if upon the first day
gl spring they would begin to have
melt.; for only one meal in a day, and
in lessening quantities as the summer
comes Journal of
RESPECT THE BODY.—Respect the
body, dear men and women ! speak of
it reverently, as it deserves. Don't take
it into unworthy places ; give it sun
shine, pure air, and exercise. Be con
scientious as to what you put down its
throat RemetnbOr what is fun to the
cook and confectiihnery rades may be
death to it. Give it good, wholesome
food ; let it be on intimate terms with
friction and soap and. water; and es
pecially don't render it ridiculous by
your way of dressing it.
Recognize the dignity oft
hold It erect when you areaake, and
let it lie out straight when yoa're asleep.
„ DOn't let it go through the world with
little Mincing steps nor great gawky
strides ; don't swing its armsttoo much,
and don't:let them grow limp from in
activity. Resolve to respect its shoul
, ders, its back, and its fair proportions
generally, and straightway shall stoops,
and wriggles, and " grecian bends' be
up known forever.
Respect the body—give it wh - at it re
quires and no more. Don't pierce its
ears, strain its eyes, or pinch its feet;
don't,roast it by a hot tire all day, and
smother it under heavy bed covering all
night ; don't put it in a cold draught on
slight occasions, and don't nurse or
pet it to death; don't dose it cwith, doc
tor's stuffs, and, above all, don't turn it
into a wine rcasklor a chimney. Let it
ire " warranted! not to smoke" from
the time your manhood takes posses
Respeo: the body ; don't over-work,
over-rest, or over-love it, and ne -er de
base It, but be able to lay it down when
you are done with it, a we c r WOlll but
not a misused thing. ea time, treat
it at least as well as you would yottr.pet
horse or hound, and my word for it,
thyugh it will not jump to china at a
bo,ind, you'll- find it a most excellent
dung to have especially in t e country.
—Hearth and Home.
A. drunken loafer was picked up in
the street. There' was no sense'in his
Lead, lid cents in his pocket, a power.
erful scent in his breath, and he was
sent to the station house.
cojt. A TT,W A , * TridE
~` thE RAILWAY.
ON and after MO. DAY, April :1ath.1869, Trains
will leave Corning, at the following hours, viz:
0011 , 10 Wzsr.
1236 u. m., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, for
Buffalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains for the West. A Sleeping Coach is attached to
this train at Now York, running through to Mead
vllle change. A Steeping Conch is also at
tached at Slisquehanna running through to Buffalo.
6,11 a.m., NIGHT EXP, daily for Buffaldalunkirk,
Cleveland, Dayton .and Cincinnati, making direct
connection with trains of the Grand Trunk, Railway
at Buffalo, and with the Lake Shore Railway at Buf
falo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, for all points West and
North-West, and at Cincinnati with, the phio and
Mississippi Railway for the South and South-West.
01).. This train makes a direct daily connection with
all Lines to the West and South• West, and is provided
with the new and improved Drawing Room Coaches
peculiar to the Broad flange, arranged both for day and
night travel, running through to Rochester, Buffalo
and Cincinnati, and thus forming the ONLY DAILY
LINE from New York, Cincinnati and the South-West,
running through SOO miles without change.
6,30 a. m., NIGHT EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
Rochester and Buffalo, via Avon.
/0 ,I 6 a. m., MAIL. TRAIN, Sundays excepted, for
Buthdo and Dunkirk.
1,45 p.m., BALTIMORE PAPRESS,Sundaysexcept
ed, for Rocheliter and Buffalo, via Avon.
71:1 5 alo, Du p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays
to excepted, for
Buffnkirk , Cleveland, Dayn, CI ncinnati, and
the West and South, connects at Buffolo i Dunkirkanir
Cleveland with the Lake Shore Railway for all points
West and North-West, and at Cinclnnatti with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railway for the South and South-
West. Sleeping Coacpes attached to this Train at
Ifornellsyllle, running through to Cleveland with
7 ,10 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted, for
1,30 p. in„ WAY PREI.OIIT, Sundays excepted.
5,25 p. in., EMIGRANT TRAIN, daily, for the West.
435 a: tn., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Canondaigea, at
Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for-Syracuse, at
Great Bend for Scranton, at Lachawaxeu for Hones
dale at Middletown for Unionville, at Goshen for
Montgomery, ' at Groycourt for Newburg and War
wick, and at Jersey City with afternoon and evening
trains of . NeW Jersey ttailroad fur Philadelphia, Bahl-
morn and Washington.
10,35 a. m., ACO3I3IODATION TRAIN, daily, con
necting at Owego for Ithaca.
11,56 n. in., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays oxcepted,
connecting at Waverly for Towanda, at Binghamton
for Syracuse, at Oreat Bond for Scranton. at Lacka
waxen for Hones&lo, at Middletown for Unionville,
and at Jersey City with midnight express train of
Now Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia.
2,20 p. m., BALTIMORE EXPRESS.' Sundays. ex
4,26 P. m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
sun days excepted, connecting at Elmira for Canan
daigug, and at Waverly for Towanda.
7,52 p. m., LIGHTNING EXPRESS, Daily, connect•
lug at Elmira for Williamsport, Harrisburg and the
Seuth, uud at Jerzy City with morning express train
of New Jersey Railroad, for Philadelphia, Baltimoro
12,20 p. in., WAY FREIGHT, guudays excepted
.iit3. A revised and complete "Pocket Time Table" of
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lines, has recently been published, and can be procur
ed on application co,tlie Ticket Agent of the Company
WAf ti lt. DARR, H. RIDDLE,
(long pass. Agent. Hong Supt.
Northern Contra' R. R.
TRAINS FOR THE NORTH.
Trains for Canandagutaleave Elmira as follows :
Accomod at iou at 0 20 a m
Express [fastest train on road]
Hail 7 10 p m
Way Freight, [passenger coach attitilied] ..... .... 8 00 a m
On and after .Nov. 24, 1867, tnh 116 will arriv cand
doparl from Troy, as follows; L
9 45 Aii. m.—Daily (except Sundays) for El inira, Buffa
lo, Canandaigua, Rochester, Susp. Bridge Ad the
10 55 P. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Buffalo, via Erie Railway from Elmira.
416 A. m.—Dally except Sundays) for Baltimore
Washington, Phildaelphia, &c.
855 P. m.—Dally (exTiA Sundays) for Baltimore
Washington and P iladelphia.
J. N. DuBARRY, ED. S. YOUNO
Gen'l Sup t.llarrisburg, Gon'l Pass. Ag't
Blossbnrg & Corning, & Tioga R. it
Taains will run ns follows until further notice:
Accommodation—Leavos Blcissburg at 6,15 a: in., Ma2l
field at 7,05, Tioga at 7,41, Lawrenceville at 8,2(('--
arriving at Corning at 9,3:2 a. m.
Slail—Laves Blossburg at 3,00 p. m., Mansfield at 3,40,
Tioga at 4,18, Lawrenceville at s,oo—arriving at
Corning at 6 p. m.
Mail—LeaveeCorning at 8,00 a. m., Lawrenceville at
0,03, Plug,. at 0,45; Mansfield at 10,22—itrriving at
Bloss•burg at 11,00 a. in.
Accommodation—Leaves Oorning at 2,40 p, Law ,
rencerillo at 3,52 Tioga at 4.46, Mansfield at 5,30
arriving nt Dlossburg at 0,15 p.
L. 11. SUATTUCK,Sup' t
, Philadelphia & Erie R. E.
n and after Apr. 26,1869 Trains on this Road will
run as follows :
W EST WA RD
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia
" arr. at Erie . 9.30 p m
Erio Express leavesfhiladelphie 11.50 noon
'•" •• 1 illianisport • 8.50 p m
" arr. at .Lrlo 10.00 a m
Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia i 8.00 a in
" " " Williamsport 1 6.30 pin
" " arr. at Leek Raven 7.45 pi
Mail Train leaves Erie 11.15 a m
" " " Williamsport . f 12.20 ain
.4 " M. at Philadelphia - 9;25 a m
Erie Express leaves Erie ' 025 pin
, Williamsport ..'7.50 a in
"\ " arr. at Philadelphia 4.10 pin
Mail and Express connect with Oil Creek and Alit
ghouy River Itall Road. Baggage DheckedThrough.
ALFRED L. TYLER, Gong Sup't.
Atlantic and Great Western rt• W
Accommodation 6,30 Mail 5.01.
Express 12.10 Accommodation, 11.45
Express i , 11.00 Express 630
At Cory there is a junction with tho PhUnfit:lo3in &
Erie ' and Cil Crock Rail Romig.
At with tho Franklin and Oil City, and
At LtavittsOurgo tho Mahoniny Branch makes a di.
ceet , raute to Cleveland. At Ravenna connects with
Cleveland and Pittsbnigh Railroad.
The' Itoad passes through Akron, Ashland, Gallon,
MaAob, Urbana and Dayton, intersecting various rail
roatand terminates at Cincipnati.
L. D. RUCKER, Gen. Supt., Meadville, Pa.
STOVES, STOVES, STOVES.
Agent for all firat•olasa Stoves,
Main ;Street,t Wellaboro, Penn'a.
HAVING been appointed agent for all first
class Stoves manufactured by Shear, Pack
ard dc Co., of Albany, N. Y. I am now ready
to furnish the following named celebrated Stoves.
the latter of which is the besf, stove for common
rise ever in market;. being cheap, well made, and
convenient. I have also, a variety of
CAST IRON various patterns,
SHEETIRON, Self Regulators
ALSO---Stoves suitablo for burning hard or
soft coal, will bo furnished to order. Customers
will do - wtill to examine my stock, which is as
fall and well selected as any in Northern Ponn
sylvania. I have also put in a full stook of
of all sorts. Thankful for liberal patronage in
the past, I respectfully solicit a continuance of
Sept. 16, 1868.
HARNESS SHOP r
W. NAVLE, would say to his friends
k.T o that his Harness Shopis now in full blast,
and that ho is prepared to furnish heavy or light
on short notice, in a good and autntantial man
nor, and at prices that can't fail to'snit.
The best workmen aro employed, and none but
the best material used. Call and sco.
Deo. 9, 1868-Iy. . G. W. NAVLE.
T HE undersigned has fitted up the old Font.
dry building, near the Brewery, Wellsboro
and is now prepared to turn out fine calf, kip,
cowhide, and harness leather in the best man
ner. Hides tanned on shares. Cash paid for
hides. Pd. A. DURIF.
We'labor°, Cl;c1.1 4, 1868.
CARD PRINTING—at New York prices,in
Colors or plain, and cut to suit orders, at
Witt AGIZATOR OPP/OZ.
10.45 p n
5.15 a in
. - lio ELL S - 8080 BAKER y
TE SUBSCRIBER having established tu
elf in the • ,
in this village, next door, to E. R. Kimball's
.Grocery, is now prepared to cary on the business
in all its various branches. I will keep con.
stantly on band an' assortment of Broad, such
LOAF BREAD, BOSTON CRACKERS,
I GRAHAM BREAD, BUTTER,.
CRACKERS, B ROW N
DYSPEPSIA AND SODA BISCUITS,
-OYSTER CRACKERS, CAKES,
PIES, AND LUNCH,
at all hours of the day,, Sundays excepted.
By strict attention to business shall endeavor
to merit the public patronage
ORA ' S. STEVENS. .
Wellsboyo, Juno. 24, 1868.
NEW WINTER GOODS.
TOLES & BARKER,
(NO. 5, UNION BLOCK.)
WOULD say to their friends and the public,
generally, that they are now receiving a
splendid assortment of Winter
M I D
EETINGS, SHIRTINGS, P INTS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, V ST
INGS,' READY MADE CI, -
THING, HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS Awn SHOES,
also a large and well selected stook of
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN
WARE, STONE WARE, KERO
SENE OM, PAINTS & OILS,
SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, /
ETC,. DTC., ETO. •
We are able to offer our customers the benefit
of tho- •
LAST DECLINE OF PRICES
in the New York Market, our Stook having been
purchased since the great decline in Goods.
TOLES & BARKER
Wollsboro, Nov. 15, 1568.
Stoves : ' Sto
MR. WILLIAM ROBERTS begs to
announce to the citizens of Tioga County,
that in addition to his excellent stock of Stovos,
Tin-Ware, Brittania, and Sheet-Iron Waro, he
has, at a great outlay, stocked his store on
!IVIAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
with a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which we enumerate the following articles:
NAILS,' SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
- (BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
• PIPE BOXES, A3l LE
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTON .
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUF
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGI
a now thing, and made for use. These ar, ,
fow of the many articles composing our
We invite the public to call and exami!
themselves. We aim to keep the beat qual
goods in our lino; and all work to order
promptly and well. WILLIAM RORER
House and Lot for. Sale.
HOUSE and Lot, and vacant lot for Emile,
obehp. Location Wollsboro, and desirable.
Inquire at tho Agitator Office.
Oct. 28, 1888—tf.
at our Mill. Cash paid for them. We are ready
to saw for customers. Bring on your logs. Lath
and pickets always on band.
..„1 - • Ash loge must be 12 or 14 feet long.
BOWEN .4 TRUMAN.
We'labor°, Deo. 18, 'dB.tf
Lots of Fresh Ground
FOR $7,00, at
T. L. BALDWIN' .1. CO.
Tioga, Feb. 3, 1969.
At Woods Gallery
1 2 Gem Pictures for 75 eta. All Styles of
work cheaper than elsewhere. Call and
H. H. WOOD.
Jan. 20, 1869-ti
E. B. MILELEY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Flour, Food and Meal, Westfield, Tioga Co, Pa.
Nov. 11, 1868...1y
NEW AND LARGE STOCK OF
Just received by P.' R. Williams 4 Co. The
greatest and cheapest variety ever litought into.
town. Albums from 75 cts., to $2O sash. Call
and see. P. R. WILLIAMS Jo CO.
Weßibero, Dec. 23,1868.
100,000. Pounds of Wool
HL subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Cloth,
I..ollBlliMoroB, Flannels, dm., &0., for Wool.—
Thoy also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SHARES,
to suit customers. Ail 'pork warranted 'as rep
resented. They invite particular attention to
their Water Proof
eI.kZZ2E 1 4 IBUMp
which are warranted in every respect. Partial'•
lar attention given to . i
ROLL-CARDING & CLOTH-DRESSING.
Twenty years, experience in the business war
rants them in expecting a • generous patronage.
No shoddy cloths made.
DeLano .4 Co., at Welleboro, are agents for
ho sale of our Cloths.
JOSEPH INGHAM ac BONS
Deerflold, May 13, 1868—tf. v
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE.
OLD saying that a penny saved is a penny
earned, justifies GARDNER in naming his
establishment a Savings Bank. Economy is
Wealth, said some old chap whose name I have
forgotten; and it id economy to trade where the
• - - SLAUGHTER
of high prices is being prosecuted with vigor and
without reprieve. I can sell Sugars, Irene, Mo
lasses, Fish, Pork, Flour,Corn Meal, Coffees,
Canned Fruits, Spices, an everything intonded
for family use, giving the buyer the benefit .
fall of the markett, an advantage duly appre
ciated by everybody,excepting only those verdant
• INNOCENTS •
who prefer PROMISING TO PAY ono hun
dred per cent. profits to the seller, to PAYING
twenty-five per; cent. cash on delivery of the
goods. I shall ,frer my stock of goods at fair
. EVEtY MONDAY,
E PER Y TIIE SDAY,
and fill up as fast as I sell out.
L. A. GARDNER.
Wellsboro, Juno 12, 1867.
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ELMIRA: SAW FACTORY,
Elmira, N. Y.
STOVES SOLD ON TIME.
Mansfield, Nov. 25, 1868-Iy. G. B. Bl i kE L
YES I .YES I YES I t\
PR. WILLIAMS A CO., have got the best,
• largest and cheapest stock of Drugs, med
icines, Patent Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff,
Stashes, Varnishes, Glass, Patty, Yankee No
tions, Perfumery, Toilet Soap, FishiEg Tackle,
dm, &a., ever brought into this county. They
will positively sell everything in their line cheap
er than can be bought elsewhere. They bought
their goods in large quantities and for nett cash,
and can and will sell cheaper than any other es
tablishment in this county. Call and examine
stock and prices. P. R. WILLIAMS A. CO I .
May 0, 1868. No. 3, Union Block.
A. J. THOMPSON,
BLACKSMITH, has two fires, and is prepared
to do all kinds of work in his line with prompt.
neap, and in a workmanlike manner. Ileaimei
at excellence in his trade.
Mansfield Juno 3, 1868-17.
rTrm=riv:•m - rm - 1
W. A. STONE, Principal,
Miss S. D. Ronan, Precopyess,
Ina. A. B. EASTMAN, Teacher of Music.
OALUNDAR FOR 1868-9.
. Winter term coin menees Nov. 20, dolma February 28.- -
Spring term cemmencesltiarob Bth, and clone June 11.
EXPENEIEB pER, TERM.
Primary Department 45,00
Coltman English,— —...50„00
Higher Fngllsh $7,00
Languages and Higher Mathematics, - SB 4 OO
Instrumental Music) $lO.OO
Drawing" • 43,00
Each Term to continue fourteen weeks. Bills duo,
one half first day of term, remainder at middle of term.
No deduction made in tuition except for sickness.—
None but Itobluson's Mathematics are used. Students
on entering are requested to register their names to.
gether with the studies they wish to pursue,. and pay
ono-halter their tuition.
Board procured at reasonable rates In the village.
By order of the Board of TRUSTBEEL
WeUeboro, Nov. 4,1808.
MORE NEW GOODS!
John R. Bowen,
TS now receiving a large.ml complete mod
j meat 44, Fall & Winter
. - v
GrODO C. 59
bought since the late deoline in prices in New
York, consisting of
I , W " grFw>am,
Groceries, Hats & Caps, Booth & Shoes,
Particular attention is invited to our Stock of
luzim zaano sum
Gaiters and' Hoop Skirts; also a nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
fine at reduced prices,
Aline assortment of Ladies FURS, very cho'ap,
all - of which will beVold at tho very lowest mar
ket prices. We respectfully invite air to call and
examine my stook before purchasing elsewhere.
Empire Store, No. 1 Union Black.
Welllboro, Oct. 21, 1888.
Now is Your Time to Buy!
TIAVINGImoro goods than is necessary for
this market, I will sell my entire stock of
WATCH.ES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
PLATED WARE, AND FAN
- CY GOODS, AT COST.
0. G. Clocks at $3,50.
Gothic " " 3,63.
Cottage " " . . 1,70.
American Watches in Silver Hunting' Cases at
$l9. Finer Movement, in heavier Cases, at cor
respondingly low price... Plated IVaro at Man
THIS IS NO HIIMBUp BUT A VTR
J ! TABLE- ALE!
Call and see for yourself \ .
Welleboro, April 22, '6e. 9. FOLLY.
Stoves Sr. Visa Ware
FOR THE MILLION
Good people all, both great and small —if you
want to keep
PEACE IN TUE
you must have enough to eat, dry woos, a good
wife, well-behaved children, and to crown all, a
TIP 'TOP COOKING STOVH!
Thisjastland crowning good, I have at my Tin
and Stove establishment, oppositejltoy'slißlook,
WeUsher°, and its name is the
HOME COMPANION ;
onTallibands admitted to be eqtal to any in the
TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,
promptly,and warranted to give satisfaction.
executed in the beet manner and with dispatch
CALL AND SEE ME..
D. P. ROBERTS. 4
s Wellsborongh, Nov. 21, 1867. ' L
T O LAWYERS-
in full setts, at YOUNG'S BOOKSTORE.
JAS. M. WILKINSON, of Charleston, having
purchased the right to make and vend the
H. P. Jones Washing Machine in Tioga County,
hereby gives notice that the machines are being
made at Van Horn's Cabinet Factory, Wellabor() )
whore they may be procured.
The best, cheapest, and most sensiblemachine
Paint for Farmers andLOthers,
THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT CO.
are now manhfacturing the Best, Cheapest
and most Durable Paint in use; two coats well
put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, will last 10
or 15 Tears; it is of a light brown or beautiful
Chocolate color, and can be changed to green,
lead, stone, drab, olive or cream, to suit the taste
of the consumer. It is • valuable for Rouses,
Barns, Fences, Carriage and Car makers, Pails
and Wooden-ware, Agricultural Implements,
Canal Boats, Vessels and Ships' Bottoms, Car.
vas, Metal and Shingle Roofs, (it being'Fire and
Water proofs,) Floor Oil Cloths, (one manufao.
turer having vsed 5,000 bbls. the past year,) and
and as a paint for any purpose is unsurpassed for
body, durability, elasticity and adhesiveness.—
price $6 per barrel of 300 lbs., which will supply
-a farmer for years to come. Warranted in all
casts as above. Send for a circular which gives
fall particulars. None genuine unless branded
in a trade mark, Oraufton Mineral Paint. Per
sons can orde: the Paint and remit the money
on receipt of the goods. Address
June 3,1888 -gm 254 Pearl St, New York.
CASH Paid FOR HIDES,
by M. A. DIIBIF.
WellAbort', Deo. 1.6, 1&69.4.tf
200 Bushels Timothy Seed. 100 bushels
WRIGHT a BAILEY.
CASH PAID FOR WOOL, MUM AND
ki CHEESE, by O. L. WILLCOX.
TO BUY gr: SELL IS , 0 U.R
WE will buy at the highest market price,
the following articles.
SHEEP PELT S, DEACON SKINS,
DEER SKINS, FURS, HIDES,
• AND VEAL SKINS,
for which wo will pay cash.
We will manufacture to order, French or home
tanned cALF or KIP BOOTS, in the beet man
ner and at fair rates, and pay medal - attention
We have t a first-rate stook . of
READY-MADE WORK ,
on which we will not bo undersold, and from this
time wo shall make it a point to keep up the best
to be found in the county, which wo,will sell at
a lower profit than such artioles have 'over been
offered in this region.
We shall likewise keep up a good assortment
LADIES' BALMORALS, LE A T HER
BOOTEES, CHILDREN'S exD
MISSES WORK or VA
and all styles of MEN'S WORK.
LEATHER 4. FINDINGS
ein be bought of ue as cheap as any where this
side of Itow York, and wo shall keep a full stock
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, LININGS, AND
Our stock of PAWS, NAILS, THREAD, A TVLt
RASPS, GLOVERS' NEEDLES, LAST ,
TREES, CRIMP S, with SHOEMAKER
TOOLS and FINDINGS, will be found the
gest in the county, and we sell for small pr<Ots.
We talk business and we mean business. We
have been in this region long enough to be well
known—let those who know us try us. Corner
of Main and Grafton streets, opposite Wm. Rob
erts' Hardware Store, C. W. SEARS,
GEO. 0. DERBY.
WellBboro, April 24, 1887—tf.
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•To Owners of tiorsea and Battle.
riIIOBIAS' DERBY CONDITION POWDERS ARE
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the cure of Distemper, ;Worms, lots, Coughs, Hide
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friends. Col. Philo. P. Bush, of the Jerome Race
Ocourse,Fordham, N. Y., would not use them until he
was told of what they are composed, Binee which he
is never without them. Ho has Over twenty running
horses In his charge, and for the last three years has
used no other medicine for them. He has kindly per.
mitted me to refer any one to him. Over 1,000 other
reference! can be seen at the depot. Sold by Druggists
and Saddlers. Price 25 cents per box. Depot. 65
Obrtlandt Street, New York. Feb. 19]
Farm for Sale 1
TILE Subscriber, being about to go west, of
fors for sale at a great bargain to the pur
chaser, the following property, to wit: One hun
dred acres of land, situate about 4 miles South
west of Westfield Boro, on Potter Brook Road—
seventy-five acres improved, the balOce good
hemlock and had Umber, with good sugar bush,
good apple orchard, good frame barn and log
house thereon. The-farm is well adapted to
harying purposes, having a plenty of living wa
der on all parts. For terms, call on the attbscri.
'bar on the premises, or address him at Westfield,
Tioga Co., Pa.
Oat. 7, 1868. WILMER EMBRE.
08-WORK, IN THE BEST ST LE, and
withderpstobobtTHE AEUTATOB Office.
WNLESALE DREG STORE,
CORNING, N. Y.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS
THADDEUS DA - YIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDELL'S • FLUID, EX-
PURNETT'S COCOAINE, FLAVORING
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
. PATENT MEDICINES, ROCH
AND FLAVORING EXTRACTS,, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
• AND DYE COLORS,
AGENT ) B FOR MARVIN & CO'S RE-A
Sold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to call aid get quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL & CO
Corning, N. Y., Jan. 1,1868--1 y
1869, FOR SALE. 1869,
B. C. WICKHAM,
A T HIS 'NURSERY OP FRUIT AND OR
.III-1 NAMENTAL TREES, TIO GA :
60,000 Apple Trees.
1.t!,000 Pear Tees.
A good supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY,
and ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBBERY.
The Fruit trees are composed of the ehoielit
varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and
in bearing. Any one wishing to get a supply
will do well-to call and see my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. 03- Delivered at the depot
free of charge.
Tioga, Feb. 28,1868-Iy*
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $150,000.
PHIS is the company for which Theodore
Hatfield was lately agent, and policy hold
ers who wish to renew, their Insurance aro re
quested to apply to the subscriber.
Girard Fire Insurance Co.,
J. B. ALVORD 7 THOMAS CRA;EP 'President.
Secretary. A. S. GILLETT . ; • "
All laid up in Cash.
Surplus Over $160,000.
Continental Ins. Company,
IOF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
Cash Capital, $5OO 000 00
Gross Surplus, Jan. 1, 1868, 1,314,590,31
Cash Assets, do 1,814,590,31
10E5-Policies written at this oifice.
GEORGE T. HOPE, President.
R. 11. LAMPORT, Vice President. ,
CYRUS PECK, Secretary,
The subscriber takes this method of informing
the public' that he bus the agency of the above
Companies, and will be found at his office over
Roy's Drug Store, adjoining Agitat r Office.
/ JNO. I. Mr ODELL.
Wellsboro, Pa., Feb. 26, 1868—tf,
To the Farmers of Tiog , County.
lAM now building at rny manufactory, in Lawrence
yule. a superior
which pommies tho following advantages over allothor
1. It separates oats, rat litter. and foul seeds, and
ems and cookie, from wheat.
2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other seeds, perfectly.
3, It cleans timothy seed.
4. It does all other separating required of a mill .
This mill is built of the best and most durable tim
ber. in good style, and la sold cheap for Gash, or pro
I will flt a patent sieve. for separating oats from
wheat,to other mills, oa reasonable terms.
J. U MATHER.
The , GreacExternit Remedy,
For Man and I;least.
IT WILL CURE RHEUM - AUK'
The reputation of this preparation is so well estab.
Bawd, that little need be said in this connection.
On MAN it has 'never failed to cure PAINFUL
NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, CONTRACTING IICS•
.CLES, STIFFNESS ANDr PAINS IN THE JOINTS,
STITORES lathe SIDEor Back, SPRAINS; BRUISES,
BURNS, SWELLINGS , CORNS and FROSTED FEET,
Persons affected with Rheumatism can be effectually
and permanently cured by using this wonderful piny
ration; it penetrates to the nerve and bone immediatc
on being applied.
On HORSES it will cure SCRATCHES, SWEENEY,
POLL-EVIL, FISTULA, OLD RUNNING sons,
SADDLE or COLLAR GALLS, SPRAINED JOINTS,
STIFFNESS OP THE STIFLES, &c. It willprevent
HOLLOW-HORN and WEAR BACK IN
I have met with great success In bringing ray
Mixture within the reach of the Public. lam daily to
receipt of letters from Physicians, Druggists,lierebsar i
and Fanners, testifying to its curative powers.
, DAVID E. FOUTZ, Sac Propridor r ,
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ELIAS HORTON, i'riticipal-
Mits. ADA W. HORTON, Pr,eceptre , ..
Miss MIRA DORTON. Assistant.
Miss. - AMANDA DICAiIE, Teacher of 3lush - .
CALENDAR FOR 1807—S.
Fall Term comrnenees Sept. 31, Winter Term NOT
20th, Spring Term Fel".18th,1808.
EXPENSES PER TERM
Langages and Higher Mathematics
Instrumental Music, extra
Board per week
t at 14,1807—tf.
Pianl4 l g & Turninig.
B.• T. VAN HORN,
AV ING got his new Factory •in:operiltik.r.
I is now prepared to fill orders fur Cabinet
Ware promptly and in the best style of weal:man
,Ebip. Having procured a
he is ready to dress boards or plank wish dirpstob
SCROLL-WORK & BRACKETS,
furnished to order. Efts machines are of the new
est and most improved Patterns.
Shop corner of Pearl and Wain Sts, WELLS
Oct. 31, 1866—ff.
0 . 1 J. STICKLIN,
Chairmaker, Turner, and
I Furniture Dealer..
Q ALE ROOM, opposite Dartt':‘ Wagon Shop,
Man Street., FACTORY in Soars ,S; I Wil•
liains Foundry, second story.
Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaran
teed. Fancy 'Fling done to order.
Wollsboro, Jnnl 12, 1867. J. STICELIN.
cheapest manner. Guaranteed (Anal to any in
the world! llas all _the strength of old rosin
soap with the mild and lathering qualities of
genuine Castile. Try this splendid soap. - Sold
by the ALDEN CIII,IICAL WORKS, 48 North
Front Street, Piffled Sept 2,'88-Iy.
Tioga Narb Works,
TIIE undersigned is pow prepared to axe
cute all orders for Tomb Stones and Mono
monts of either
ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
of the latest style and approved workmanship
and with dispatch.
Ho keep constantly on hand both kinds
Mosby and will ho able,to suit nll wh i n may fa
vor him with their orders, on as reasonable terms
as can be obtained in the country.
Stones discolored with rust and ditt cleaned
And made to look as good as new.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
A farm of three hundred ncrea, with two hun
dred and twenty-five acres improved. Sit
uated two miloe north of Tina Village, on the
Tioga River and ReMood. Well pwatttered, un
der a good state of cultivation, and D odd hurl&
Ingo. 'Also four houses and lot, for sale in Tinge
village. T. L. BALDWIN.
Tioga, Feb. 12, 18a8—te:
E LOT OF GRAIN BAGS for sale
cheap! at WRIGHT A; BAILEY'S.
Wellsboro, Juno 5,1881. •
TIPLEtic IZOVe • N EW YORE.
B. T. VAN HORN